Air Portugal & BMi To Offer In-Flight Mobile Phone Use

Air Portugal & BMi To Offer In-Flight Mobile Phone Use
Innovation

Two European airlines will allow passengers in 2006 to use their own cellphones on commercial flights within western Europe, USA Today reports. TAP Air Portugal and British carrier bmi both...

Guy Brighton
  • 20 september 2005

Two European airlines will allow passengers in 2006 to use their own cellphones on commercial flights within
western Europe, USA Today reports. TAP Air Portugal and British carrier bmi both
have agreed to introduce OnAir’s voice and text service for cellphones
in separate three-month trial runs.

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